Seth Rollins says Hulk Hogan is not a great human being

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Seth Rollins says Hulk Hogan is not a great human being

Many times, relations between WWE Superstars are not the best, as the various Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Hulk Hogan or Bill Goldberg can testify, with all these characters and many others who throughout the history of WWE have quarreled, have faced and turned upside down the backstage of WWF and WCW, with the most absurd skits and the most total frost, which accompanied several of the McMahon wrestlers or other companies, in a situation that could only be expected in a kindergarten.

Apparently, several of these quarrels and these diatribes would have started from some out of place or not too elegant comment that one of the wrestlers of the McMahon federation would have bestowed on a colleague, with the last only in chronological order.

having expressed his humble opinion, not too nice, that it was the former WWE Champion, Seth Rollins. In his last speech on The Complex Sports podcast, the former Universal Champion of Monday Night Raw, who spent several months working in the Smackdown rings, Seth Rollins, wanted to make some pretty heavy statements about the WWE Immortal, the historian and legendary Hulk Hogan, saying that Hogan is certainly one of the most influential characters of the golden years of wrestling, but he is certainly not a good human being.

Seth Rollins himself is a guaranteed future WWE Hall of Famer

In his speech, Smackdown's Messiah stated: "Shawn is my all-time favorite wrestler, but if we're talking about simple contributions to WWE or what they are meant for the business, well, in this situation, if I really have to appeal to my common sense, I have to name Hogan.

But still, if we were talking about being a good human being, I wouldn't have said that, but we're talking about contributing to the company as a wrestler, okay, Hogan is responsible for everything that has happened since the late 80s onwards.

Look, the Hulk has always been nice to me, but that doesn't mean he's a great human being." With a decidedly heavy jab and worthy of the best musketeer of the Sun King, Seth Rollins thus wanted to sink a very heavy accusation to the legendary WWE golden mustache, which despite having also deserved some criticism in recent years, still remains both loved and hated even by fans of the WWE Universe, including those who count him as one of the best legends in the history of the entire world of pro-wrestling and those who now see him only as an elderly racist American.

Seth Rollins is bound to join the likes of Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Shawn Michaels in the WWE Hall of Fame somewhere down the line. The former Universal Champion has done it all in the business and still has a long way to go. Seth Rollins made his WWE main roster debut in late 2012 and has been an integral part of the roster ever since.